[Market-farming] FW: patting myself on the back

Richard Robinson rrobinson at nasw.org
Tue Jan 1 10:29:48 EST 2013


the facebook link is not working for me. Maybe cuz I am not a member of facebook? oh well.

  Richard Robinson
  www.nasw.org/users/rrobinson/
  Hopestill Farm
  www.hopestill.com


On 1/1/2013 at 10:28:54 AM, Beth Spaugh wrote:
> The printed copies haven’t come yet, so I can’t
> show them off.  And I don’t know just how the colors are going to print.  But
> here is a link to a double-sided brochure, a flyer, and a double-sided
> business card that I designed last week.  I have grumbled about farms
> thinking they need fancy full color brochures, but Staples had such an
> incredible deal (ended already, sorry), that fancy color wasn’t much more
> than me printing black on colored paper at home.
>
>
> http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151372823091287.531240.261550161286&t
> ype=3  They aren’t perfect, and I’m sure they break some “rules”, but I’m
> pretty proud. I am not at all artistic, so
> doing this is a stretch.  Now to update the website to get the immediately
> important info up on the home page. I spent an hour or so trying to figure
> out how to give the website the same background as the flyer, and then
> updated my Wordpress, and the update makes it a breeze.
>
>
> Staples.com has a deal now for 250 business cards for .99
> plus shipping, but free shipping on orders over $20.  100 flyers for 19.99. 
> Free shipping on orders over $20.  I may order more. 
> Wondering if the flyer would be usable in half or quarter page size, for
> sticking on folks doors.
>
>
> I’ve had a week off from markets, and feel much more
> energetic and “talkative”. Hope I’m not bothering you with
> too many things.
>
>
> Beth Spaugh
>
> Rehoboth
> Homestead, Peru NY
>
> http://rhomestead.com     
> http://www.facebook.com/rhomestead
>
>
> "How we
> eat determines, to a considerable extent, how the world is used." - Wendell
> Berry
>
> "Without
> power over our food, any notion of democracy is empty." - Frances Moore Lappe
>
> It's not
> that nice guys finish last. They have a whole different notion where the
> finish line is. - unknown


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